Stilgar138 said:Here's the ones I was looking at, it says there 13/32" [10mm], which is the same as Warmoth's Planet Waves measurement.
I truly appreciate your help. I'm not trying to be a pain in the butt, I'm just trying to get it right. Which do you think would be a better choice, those are these Fenders? On the Hipshots, I was thinking of going for the Classics rather than locking. I've not had any problems with non-locking tuners myself but it could be nice to have locking. The thing is I'm having a harder time finding left handed staggered tuners than I initially thought. I could also just use a string tree on the low E and A and forget about staggered. That wouldn't bother me. I was going for the look of not having one but function is more important.
It really is not the same measurement.
Planet Waves (13/32" - 10.32mm)
13/32 is not 10mm it is bigger. Really for Hipshots choose the For Hipshots use Schaller / Sperzel (25/64" - 9.92mm) option as I mentioned before. That is also the size to choose for Fenders or Schallers. Most of the problem here is metric dimensions being converted to fractions of an inch.
You would need 6 right side tuners - 3 * 21mm and 3 * 19mm for example you can order the combination needed from Shcaller.
Or a good supplier for Hipshot is Sporthitech, here is an example but if you contact them they are helpful and can provide different buttons etc.